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  • Dr. Jess Block Nerren discusses The Cog, or Cognitive Collective, a sensory hub on the campus of Cal State University San Bernardino that advocates for neurodiversity. And Organizer Greg Russell talks about the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, April 19 at Riverside City College.
  • Henry Franklin, Skipper, got his start with Roy Ayers in a Latin jazz group while still in high school. He was recruited by Hugh Masekela for an album which produced "Grazing in the Grass," and took him to Woodstock as well as the Monterey Pop Festival. He's worked as a sideman with many, and has 28 (or so) albums under his own name.Onthe next KVC-Arts David Fleming speaks with Skipper about one of the most recent - one which earned him a NAACP Image Award in the category of Outstanding Jazz record - instrumental. SUCH a great disc! We'll also hear about one that was a bit of an avant-garde piece, yet still QUITE cool to listen to. We'll touch briefly as well on his time with Stevie Wonder... but it's mostly jazz.And - jazz in this area! Skipper still lines up the musicians for Pierce Street Jazz, a free concert series at La Sierra University. A variety of types of jazz presented, with known players who are in the region (they're all OVER the place).AND more!
  • Shawn Prokopec, Chief Executive Officer of Anthesis, discusses the non-profit's dedication to empower individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and provide job readiness training.
  • David Fleming speaks with Henry Franklin about his long history in the world of jazz, as well as major crossover success with Hugh Masekela (Grazing in the Grass et al), which took him to Woodstock as well as The Monterey Pop Festival. We'll hear about his first release, his latest, and a lot in between.
  • Vanessa Perez, Executive Director with Time for Change Foundation, shares the non-profit's mission to provide programs and housing to help women and children reach self-sufficiency.
  • This month on Musically Speaking, Margaret Worsley speaks with violinist, Lara St. John about her upcoming guest solo performance with the Redlands Symphony.
  • Rene Reyes, Vice President of Programming and Festivals for the Paley Center for Media, talks about the Paley Center and Paleyfest 2024, a television festival bringing fans together with the stars.
  • Fred Clarke, General Manager of The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch, talks about their ranunculus blooms this spring season. Lincoln Shrine Memorial Curator Nathan Gonzalez & Special Collections Manager Maria Carrillo talk about the important items in the Civil War era museum, located in Redlands.
  • David Fleming continues his conversation with Michelle Dowd, author of Forager: Field Notes For Surviving a Family Cult - A Memoir. This is the story OF Michelle - told from her perspective... as a little girl growing into her teens. She grew up in a cult started by her grandfather, who was seen as the last prophet, and would lead them after surviving the apocalypse.More at michelledowd.org